Michael Flynn has been a consulting and testifying expert economist for over twenty years, specializing in – and directing – all phases of antitrust, economic damages, intellectual property and other complex business litigation and consulting engagements. In addition to assuming overall responsibility for the preparation of expert submissions, including designing and directing the supporting analyses and drafting the reports themselves. Michael also serves as an expert economic consultant to counsel, assisting in preliminary case analysis, discovery strategy, expert discovery and dispositive motions and trial. He has extensive case experience in a broad range of industries, markets and products, including, among others:
Michael was enrolled in the PhD Program in Economics of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, from 1971 to 1974, where he was a National Science Foundation Fellow (a recipient of one of fifteen such fellowships awarded nationally in 1971). He completed all general and field examinations for the PhD degree in 1974. Michael was awarded his AB degree from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was the 1971 recipient of the Department of Economics Citation as the Outstanding Graduating Senior.